Recorded June 16, 2009
Presented by Tyson Marlowe, Cold Jet
How much time and money did you spend cleaning your molds last year versus important bench-related repair activities like tooling replacement, fitting, reworking, polishing and other corrective action tasks? In most cases, the time required just to clean molds makes up anywhere from 50 to 75 percent of the time a mold spends in the shop. Does your mold maintenance program support your organization’s lean manufacturing processes? This seminar will cover what you need to know about improving efficiencies in mold cleaning to minimize labor, down time, tooling damage, and resultant scrap. In addition, it will focus on best practices of these environmentally-responsible methods for cleaning molds and components as well as data analysis that can save your shop thousands—and quite possibly hundreds of thousands—of dollars in labor, scrap, and rework costs.
A privately held company, Cold Jet LLC is the world leader in dry ice blasting and dry ice production technology and develops superior dry ice blast cleaning systems to meet every unique cleaning application, setting precedence for cutting edge design and innovation.
With more than 100 direct employees, and a global network of hundreds more contractors and distributors, Cold Jet is also the largest dry ice technology company in the world. Cold Jet’s talented staff of manufacturing, production and support personnel, technical sales staff, and aerospace and mechanical engineering staff ensures the best product design, implementation and reliability in the business.
Cold Jet LLC
455 Wards Corner Road
Loveland, OH 45140
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